Fri. Apr 19th, 2024

Category: Recusal & Conflicts of Interest

Right to Record Government Officials Engaged in the Exercise of their Official Duties

Right to Record Government Officials Engaged in the Exercise of their Official Duties Right to record government officials in public A growing consensus of courts have recognized a constitutional right…

Epic SCOTUS Decisions

Epic SCOTUS Decisions To learn more about the awesome new ruling that allows for going after a tyrant government office or government officer read below 2022 ruling!!!! 20-659 Thompson v.…

The Honorable Julie A. Palafox

The Honorable Julie A. Palafox: Using Her Role….. on the Bench to Help Families Hon Julie A. Palafox 341 The City Dr S, Orange, CA 92868 The Honorable Julie A.…

Functions and Duties of the Prosecutor – Prosecution Conduct

Functions and Duties of the Prosecutor – Prosecution Conduct Civil Negligence vs Criminal Negligence Negligence is when someone acts in a way that puts the public at risk. It’s something…

Prosecutorial Investigations

Prosecutorial Investigations Standards on Prosecutorial Investigations (Full Text) ABA Standards for Criminal Justice: Prosecutorial Investigations Approved February 2008 Preamble A prosecutor’s investigative role, responsibilities and potential liability are different from…

Counterman v. Colorado – Supreme Court sets higher bar for prosecuting threats under First Amendment

Counterman v. Colorado – Supreme Court sets higher bar for prosecuting threats under First Amendment justices raising the bar for establishing when a statement is a “true threat” not protected…

Prosecutor’s Obligation to Disclose Exculpatory Evidence

What is Exculpatory Evidence? – Definition, Examples & Importance Exculpatory evidence is any evidence in a criminal trial that supports the idea that the defendant is not guilty. In this…

What is Abuse of Process? When the Government Fails Us

What is Abuse of Process? Abuse of process is the intentional misuse of legal proceedings for a wrongful or unlaProbable cause is defined as the reasonable belief, foundedwful purpose. It…

Tossing Out an Inferior Judgement – When the Judge Steps on Due Process – California Constitution Article VI – Judicial Section 13

Tossing Out an Inferior Judgement – When the error has resulted in a miscarriage of justice. Like Monopoly’s Bank Error in Your Favor Collect $200. A Error in a Judicial…

Oath and Obligation’s of Attorney – California Lawyers

Oath and Obligation’s of Attorney – California Lawyers Intermittently, a lawyer should read the oath given upon admission to the practice of law. This will help remind the lawyer of…